Edson Chagas, Zanele Muholi, Mame-Diarra Niang, Jo Ractliffe, Penny Siopis, and Guy Tillim exhibit in Shifting Dialogues: Photography from The Walther Collection at Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen. Spanning over 500 works, the show 'traces the development of photography as a history of transnational parallels and contradictions'.
Edson Chagas, Mame-Diarra Niang, Frida Orupabo and Jo Ractliffe exhibit in the 8th Triennial of Photography Hamburg, curated by Koyo Kouoh. Themed Currency, this edition of the triennial stages a parcours of exhibitions at major museums and institutions across the city, publications and progamming.
Jo Ractliffe is one of four artists shortlisted for the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize 2022, getting the nod for her publication Photographs 1980s – now. An exhibition will be presented at The Photographers’ Gallery, London.
Publications by Simon Gush, Zanele Muholi and Jo Ractliffe feature in Intimacy and Resistance: An Intergenerational dialogue on Photobooks from South Africa with additions from Sub-Saharan Africa, curated by John Fleetwood. The exhibition forms part of Photobook Week Aarhus.
The Art Institute of Chicago presents Drives, the first US survey exhibition of Jo Ractliffe's work. The show brings together more than 100 artworks, from early photographs of the 1980s through to her Angolan and Borderlands series and most recent work.
Jo Ractliffe and Guy Tillim exhibit in À toi appartient le regard et (...) la liaison infinie entre les choses at the Musée du quai Branly – Jacques Chirac. Comprising photography, video and installation, this is the museum's first presentation of 'contemporary images in all their forms'.
Jo Ractliffe, Penny Siopis, Pieter Hugo, Steven Cohen, Nicholas Hlobo, Moshekwa Langa, Kemang Wa Lehulere, Zanele Muholi, Simphiwe Ndzube, Robin Rhode and Portia Zvavahera feature in Hacer Noche (Crossing Night), a series of exhibitions and residencies in Oaxaca focusing on southern Africa.
Edson Chagas, Meschac Gaba, Jo Ractliffe, Viviane Sassen and Kemang Wa Lehulere feature in More for Less at A4. Curated by Josh Ginsburg, the exhibition is focused on 'works and practices that fluidly seek to engage entropy and efficiency, waste, residue and offcuts, transactions, propositions, and serious play'.
Jo Ractliffe and Viviane Sassen are included in an exhibition of contemporary photographic seascapes titled Sea Views. The exhibition, to be held in the Philips Wing of the museum, focuses on each piece as an extensive exercise in 'air, light and tide'.
Jo Ractliffe was included in Things Fall Apart - 'reflections on African connections to the Soviet Union' - curated by Mark Nash. The exhibition showed at Vera and Donald Blinken Open Society Archives, Budapest; Gallery Municipais, Lisbon; Calvert 22, London; and Iwalewahaus, Bayreuth.